The Kashmir of Rajasthan was founded in 1553 by Maharana Udai Singh II while shifting the capital city from Chittorgarh. Located on the Gujarat border, the city is surrounded by the Aravali Range, which separates Udaipur from the Thar Desert. The fourth most populated city in Rajasthan is known for its history, culture, scenic locations, and the Rajput-era palaces.
UDAIPUR’S POPULATION IN 2021
Udaipur’s population, as per 2011 India census, was 451100. It was 15.83% more than the population in 2001 – 389438. However, the yearly compound growth rate of this city in the concerned decade was 1.48%.
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To find the population of Udaipur in 2021, we have to consider the compound growth rate and density of the past decade – 2001 to 2011. The population density of this city in 2011 was 7048.5 which is neither very high nor a less number. So, as per our understanding and prediction, the population growth rate will be similar in the current decade.
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UDAIPUR, THE VENICE OF INDIA
Do you know Udaipur is the most romantic spot on the continent of India? Built around and on the Aravalli hills, this heritage city offers Neemach Mataji, Rankpur Temple, City Palace Museum, Sheliyon Ki Bari, Kumbhalgarh Fort, Eklingji Temple, and many more to the travelers. The city of lakes is filled with history, and its culture floats in the air. Created to meet the needs of irrigation and drinking water, the lakes spread across the city are adding extra elegance to Udaipur.